Sunday, September 30, 2007

Quilting in the Garden Part 2

More show photos. I recognize Linda's quilt there on the right..

These pastel quilts all remind me of laundry.. pretty huh?
I wish that there were quilts there every day. Maybe I should just start hanging my stuff out in the yard. Wouldn't that be pretty? They do a nice job of getting groupings together I think.

I am in love with a couple of these quilts on black. That little flower quilt by Sharon Mazanec is so cute.

Bonita Spicer did a nice job on the Stars in my Garden, which I believe is a Piece O' Cake pattern.
More pretty soft colors.

I love #8 here, by Holly Houser. This one just made me feel cheery.
Alex and her friend Sierra. Sierra is a 10 year old long arm quilter!!!

I'll have more photos coming.. Valori Wells was the Guest Artist this year, and I'll have photos of her quilts to share.


Anonymous happy zombie said...

OHMYGAWD! I'm just drooling over your fabo pics Pam! I especially love the "laundry" shot. It looks like a French countryside. That's one of those photos I can see as a desktop photo. WOW!

I also love the quilt with the mountains the 11th photo. Looks like the Three Sisters. Must be one of the Well's gals?

I love the pics!!!!!!

12:25 PM  
Anonymous Sandy said...

Thanks for sharing all those pretty photos. I almost feel like I was there. A 10 yr old longarm quilter - YIKES!

1:32 PM  
Anonymous Sharon said...

Pam, I too love that pastel line of quilts hanging there. Looked like a good time. And a 10 year old long arm quilter?? WOW

8:09 PM  
Anonymous clara said...

Hi Pam, thanks for sharing these pictures! Wish I could take a walk in this pretty quilt garden!

3:23 AM  
Blogger Katie said...

What a wonderful way to display quilts!

4:57 AM  
Blogger Mary Anne said...

WOW !!! What a great location for a quilt show -- everything look gorgeous !! Quilts and gardens -- PERFECT !!

7:48 AM  
Blogger FrenchGardenHouse said...

The quilts look amazing, I, too, am in love with some of those with black. How stunning!

9:36 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow. Can't believe I missed it this year. Love your photos!

9:45 AM  
Anonymous victoria said...

They're all so lovely! I'll bet you didn't want to take them down!

11:57 AM  
Anonymous blop said...

Great photos, and HZ were on the same wave length w/your shots. Both do fab jobs.
Love those quilts on black, too...alllll was yummy and a wonderful way to hang quilts. Wouldn't that be nice to look out your window and see all of those hanging on your clothesline!

12:08 PM  
Blogger Chris said...

Thanks for posting all these great pictures. Wish I could fly out there some year and see it all in person.

10:46 AM  
Anonymous Lisa said...

More great pictures of fabulous quilts. I'm glad I check back!

10:54 AM  
Anonymous sugarshop (Dena) said...

Oh just keep rubbing it in Lady!!! Lol! Just kidding. I still can't believe I live here and I missed it. Beautiful Pix. Oh and Gage thinks you rock beacause you sang the transformer song as we came in the shop! ;)

12:37 PM  
Blogger Caron said...

I love the organic setting for this quilt show. Lovely.

3:23 PM  
Blogger Angelina said...

It never ceases to amaze me how creative people can get with a bit of cotton and a digital camera. I really need to start going to quilting events so I can see some of these works in person.

9:01 AM  
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